Audi's iconic small sports car drops diesel and some powertrains to be solely 2.0-litre petrol-powered. More generous equipment and a subtle styling refresh also feature.
BMW's i3 is now electric-only, with the range extender version deemed unnecessary with the longer-range updated version in town.
Up to 600bhp in M-badged form, but entirely more conventional down the rest of the range. Gets a more X7-like look - could be divisive.
Citroën's Nissan Qashqai rival arrives at the end of the year, with the brand's Progressive Hydraulic Cushions suspension. Another with a hybrid version to follow.
Ford's first UK-bound Raptor model gets a 210bhp four-cylinder diesel with 369lb ft, heaps of on-road presence and fearsome off-road ability.
Honda's back on the hybrid hype after cutting the Insight some years ago with a petrol-electric CR-V.
The first car with a variable compression ratio engine, Infiniti promises all the talents of petrol with all the efficiency of diesel. Eureka.
Soft launch for Kia's second EV, with the Niro EV going on sale as a powertrain option, rather than an all new model.
A Ceed Sportswagon-cum-coupé with a smaller boot than the 'real' Ceed Sportswagon. Part of Kia's design-led approach; an SUV is also coming.
A power hike is certain, although it'll likely not match the E63 S's 603bhp. Exterior tweaks will be ever so subtle.
Mercedes' mid-sized SUV will arrive in time for Christmas. The 4.0-litre AMG 63 won't.
Another brand's 'first' SUV, although you can bet your Phantom that this'll be bigger and more expensive than any of those.
Seat's seven-seater is the brand's flagship, now Cupra is a thing of its own. Similar packaging to the Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, but with some Seat hallmark styling.
Another entrant into the fast SUV market, this time it's Skoda throwing its name into the mix. A diesel engine with lots of torque is under the bonnet.
Rock-solid SUV gets the same treatment as the Outback, with interior tweaks taking precedent over minor exterior changes.